Modern science fiction frequently involves themes of sex, gender and sexuality. This was not always so. During the 1930s and 40s “golden age” of science fiction sex was rarely if ever even mentioned, although there was certainly no lack of innuendo and suggestion. The idea, however, that strong female characters played little or no role in the pulps of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, is wrong.
#9: The Mario Brothers and Starfox slash. I wonder if Mario has some, um, “special moves” he can unleash. We know he’s an expert at jumping.
#8: Care Bears slash. Do they even have genitals? What the fuck?
#7: Narnia slash. As Rollick said, it puts a new spin on the Christian metaphors seeded heavily throughout the series. Now it’s “Christ died for your sins, you’d think he could at least get a blowjob out of it, you whining little ingrate. Open up.”
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